Myths and truths about boys

A couple of years ago I was talking with a mother who was thinking of taking her teenage son to a psychiatrist because he wasn't being himself. He had developed a bad attitude, had lost interest in school, and wasn't very cooperative at home. I know the boy, and the behavior she was describing certainly didn't sound like his. The mother and I talked for a while about his situation, and about some of the things she could do to help. Recently I heard from her again and found out that her son was doing much better at home and at school.

God adds no P.S. to His creation.

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November 27, 2000

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